Imagine a scenario in which you suddenly lose one of your teeth. Now, you need to see the dentist to address the gap in your smile. When it comes to replacing this lost tooth, should you consider a dental bridge or a dental implant? How do these two prosthetic options differ?
Tooth decay impacts patients of all ages and will require restorative treatment. Otherwise, serious complications can arise, such as dental infections or abscesses. Fortunately, we can provide an artistic and cosmetic approach to restorative treatment. We can fix cavities using lifelike fillings and crowns.
We have an array of cosmetic treatments to help patients enjoy brighter and more attractive smiles. Many of them are designed to address one issue, such as teeth whitening, while some can actually correct a number of different concerns. With veneers, we can transform smiles by addressing multiple cosmetic issues.
Are you concerned that the minimal discomfort you have been feeling, could be due to an undiagnosed dental issue like a cavity? If so, you may already be having difficulty chewing comfortably. Over time, that minor toothache can worsen to the point of extensive pain, if unaddressed, that is. The good news is that modern… Read more »
Do you have a special event coming up soon? If so, you may have already taken great care to find the perfect outfit, and may have even scheduled a hair appointment to make sure your tresses look their best. But what about your teeth? If you are concerned that your smile isn’t looking as bright… Read more »
Many people know that overly sensitive or deeply stained teeth can be warning signs of dental cavities. Yet people rarely know the early indicators of gingivitis, the first stage of a dangerous and chronic condition called periodontal disease, or gum disease as most people have heard it called. Gum disease involves inflamed gum tissue, which… Read more »
Do you frequently wake up with headaches, or struggle with jaw pain throughout the day? Does yawning create a great deal of pain? Hear a popping noise in your ear when you open your mouth? These are all symptoms often brought about a condition known simply as TMJ, a disorder of the Temporomandibular Joint, which… Read more »
It can be tempting to ignore tooth sensitivity, or other warning signs of dental problems, hoping they will simply go away. After all, many parts of the body can heal themselves given time. You don’t have to rush to the doctor every time you scrape or bruise your arm or leg, stub a toe, or… Read more »
Are you tired of feeling insecure about your smile, due to cosmetic concerns such as deep staining or inconsistencies in the shape or size of your teeth? What about discomfort? Have you begun experiencing increased sensitivity recently, due to an undiagnosed dental issue? If so, don’t keep postponing getting answers, and potential help. Instead, schedule… Read more »
Do you have a special event coming up, soon? Whether you’re going to be a bridesmaid in your friend’s wedding or graduating from college, don’t go into such a momentous occasion feeling insecure about your smile. Instead, talk to your cosmetic dentist about how porcelain veneers could help address your smile’s imperfections, and leave you feeling… Read more »